MacHTTP will have its 25th anniversary in 2017. In celebration, MacHTTP.org and Chuck Shotton are creating an entirely new version of the classic Mac web server for the 21st century.
MacHTTP-js is currently under development and will be available for preview Fall '16. As a brand new application, MacHTTP-js will include features never envisioned in the original when it was first released in 1992. MacHTTP-js is being written from the ground up using the node.js platform, which means it will be a cross-platform application that can run on macOS, Windows, and Linux operating systems.
Stay tuned for more details!
If you have a Mac that still runs Mac OS X 10.4 or earlier, or "classic" versions of MacOS 7.5 through 9.x, you can run the original version of MacHTTP.
You can download MacHTTP 2 source code, applications, and the full, classic MacHTTP 2 distribution from the MacHTTP.org GitHub repository.
If you would like to learn more about how you can participate in MacHTTP.org's software efforts, send an email to: